Thursday, April 22, 2004Ann Arbor resident and Arborblogger George H.'s SongBuddy website got a brief mention in today's New York Times:
" ... Alf Eaton, a life scientist in Paris, has written several programs to encourage people to create playlists (www.pmbrowser.info/hublog). He credits "MP3 bloggers" - aficionados who unearth MP3 links - and sites like Webjay and www.songbuddy.com with "establishing a middle ground" in the war between file sharers and the music industry. "I hope that the record industry will begin to see the value in what these grass-roots enthusiasts are doing to promote their music," he said in an e-mail message. .. "
> From NYTimes: "Web Sites for Music Playlists and Baby Blogs"
Posted by Rob at 4:09 PM